The movie had to deal with its own problems and issues during the shooting of the movie. The characters of Dorothy and her friends, however have become forever linked with the actors who created the roles of the movie. W.C. Fields was the first choice to play the Wizard, but a disagreement between the studio and comic actor eliminated his name from the list. Actress Gale Sondergaard, that same year being famous as the Empress Eugenie in Juarez, was auditioned for the Wicked Witch role (Turner Movie Classics). Sondergaard was an accomplished actress, whose career was halted for 20 years thanks to the Hollywood Blacklist, but her exotic beauty was in favor of Margaret Hamilton's more traditionally "witchy" look (Turner Movie Classics).
Some that has challenged me for the better and some for the worse. But overall it has advanced me into the woman I have become. This paper will give you a little insight from my childhood, to my adulthood, and give you the chance to learn more about Akeya Davis. Bad experiences I have encounter in my life as a child was my parents being separated. At the age of five years old my parents were drug addicts and always fighting and arguing so they never could agree to be together for me.
She lived on the plantation with her family until she was nine, which was when she was sold to a new master because the previous one had died. Serving her new master was very difficult because she only knew Dutch with the new family spoke only English. Therefore, she received many beatings and punishments for the constant miscommunication. Then, about a year and a half later she was sold again to John Dumont of New Paltz, New York. Again, she suffered many harmful
When Eric was 11, he was “allegedly” killed and hanged by two white men. The case never went to trial and till this day, his murder is enlisted as unsolved. When I was 15, my mother uprooted me and my grandmother to Bronx, New York, where she assumed it would be much safer for me to grow up. I attended school at DeWitt Clinton High School, and it was there where I met, famous novelist James Baldwin. At the time I met him, I had no idea he would become famous; I just knew he made a great friend and an even better listener.
David Ernest Duke Born: July 13, 1950 Birthplace: Tulsa, OK Father: David Hedger Duke Mother: Alice Maxine Crick Duke Background Duke’s father was an engineer for Shell Oil and he is always traveling. His Mother battled alcoholism and pill addiction. In school, Duke was bullied because he was a “bookish loner”; he was called “puke duke.” He became interested in “the world far-rights politics” at the age 14. He attended one of the Citizen Councils of America meeting. The Citizen Councils of America (CCA) is anti-integration group also known as “the White Citizens’ Council.” Soon he started to read Books about Nazism, the Third Reich, and racist tracts.
Sierra Luers AP English 11 Period 3 Psychological Analysis of Ethan Frome Edith Wharton, the author of Ethan Frome, grew up in a privileged American family. At a young age she took interest in writing about the inside of her family’s social circle. At 23 she was married to a man from a well-established family. After thirty years of marriage she divorced him as he had serious emotional and depression problems. Wharton was even thought to have resented him for his incapability’s of the life she wanted , she felt tied down and stifled; the passion and romance had been long gone.
This cause Malcolm’s mother to become sick and moved in to a mental institute. Malcolm and his siblings were moved to orphanages’. When Malcolm was in school he said he wanted to become a lawyer but, his teacher told him that Negro’s couldn’t be lawyers. Later in Malcolm’s life, he got arrested for burglary and was imprisoned. While he was imprisoned he was inspired by his brother’s converging in to Islam, Malcolm studied the word of Elijah Muhammad.
This autobiography your about to read might be the greatest untold story you will ever read probably not but there is a chance. I was born February 20th 1989 at Tampa General Hospital. My father Robert W Burke favorite saying since that day has been “he would have left me their but the hospital threaten to sue”. Robert or as I commonly refer to him as dad is currently a salesman, though a lot of people know him from his wrestling days as Eric the Red. My mother Terry J Burke is a new born intensive care (NICU) nurse, she basically takes care of children who have birth defects or are born premature.
He was soon diagnosed with schizophrenia and moved to an insane asylum, where he died three years later. Though many thought of the Scottsboro Boys’ trials when reading her novel , Mr. Walter Lett would be the inspiration for Harper Lee’s character, Tom Robinson (Charles J. Shields 118-120). Harper’s father, Amasa Coleman (A.C.) Lee was not always so much like Addicus Finch. In his book Mockingbird:A Portrait of Harper Lee, author Charles J. Shields describes Mr. Lee’s early thoughts on segregation: Worth pointing out, however, is that Mr. Lee himself only gradually rose to the moral standards of Atticus. Though more enlightened than most, A.C. was no saint, no prophet crying in the wilderness with regard to racial matters.
I chose this topic for a personal reason. One personal reason is because I was an eight-month-old baby when I was first placed in foster care. I was taken away from my biological mother when she decided to take me to the hospital. Once there the hospital staff diagnosed me with a severe bronchial infection on top of a severe skull fracture. When asked my biological mother couldn’t explain what happened and had multiple men that were not my biological father trying to give a reason for what had happened.